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t, not of a warrior. The accounts just received from his military operations are by no means flattering; in fact, his column has met with a decided reverse. Gen Beauregard, whom he ostentatiously announced as cut off from Richmond, has played Gen. Butler a scurry trick. He brought his army away from Petersburg by a route which ous in attack as he is skillful in defence, the wily Frenchman seized a proper moment to strike a damaging blow. On Monday morning, under cover of a heaving, Gen. Beauregard's forces stole a march on the Federal, some of his troops passing quite to the rear of the enemy, when a general attack was made. The surprise was a partial,is part of the line, but it is stated, were not so successful in the assault on Gen Gillmore's corps, which occupied the left. The result, in brief, was that Gen Beauregard captured more than a thousand prisoners, a half dozen pieces of artillery, and the abandonment by the Federal of the formidable line of works which they had p